A late-1940s music TV series which aired in a 15-minute time-slot. I find it charming. May also be an early example of an electric guitar appearing on TV (am I correct?). This aired live. Note: my usual DVD ripper wouldn't rip this properly, so I had to use an inferior ripper. Picture quality is below my usual standards. This aired without a copyright notice, so I expect it is public domain, though the songs performed are still copyrighted.
I'm just curious, as to how you know the songs are copyrighted, obviously every song had to be written prior to 1949, a few I've heard in other shows of yours go way back, I'd not argue but I'd say the majority of these shows the music is also PD, exceptions being Perry Como, Fran Sinatra ect, ect, ect just to name a couple
January 24, 2015 Subject:
This isn't boring at all
A couple of the songs are a bit sappy; however, when the trio gets to play by themselves, they are terrific. I especially enjoyed the early electric guitar playing. What a shame there are no more episodes of this series.